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    New York Mets Multi Signed Ground Breaking Ceremony Program. Offered is a rare Ground Breaking ceremony program from October 28, 1961. Hopes were high this day as the people in attendance could never imagine what was in store 7 months later. In their 1962 inaugural season , the Mets posted a record of 40-120, the worst regular season record since Major League Baseball went to a 162-game season. The four page program has been signed by 5 including Gil Hodges, Billy Loes, Monte Irvin, Robert Wagner (Mayor), and John Clancy (Queens Borough President). Also included is an 30 years of Mets baseball multi signed photo featuring the signatures of Rusty Staub, Jerry Koosman, Cleon Jones, Ed Kranepool, and Bud Harrelson. Pre Certified By PSA/DNA.


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    June, 2012
    3rd Sunday
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